Monthly Archives: November 2015

Woman of Courage

This is my second blog about an Arab woman of courage. This woman is, Yanar Mohammed. The original homeland of Ms. Mohammed is Iraq. However, today Ms. Mohammed holds duel citizenship in Iraq and Canada. She and her family left … Continue reading

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Not for Grandmothers

Yesterday, two of my friends and I went to see the award winning Broadway show, Matilda. The musical, based on the children’s book by the same name, received glowing reviews in the press. Given the above, we three grandmothers looked … Continue reading

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An Arab-Isaeli Woman

One little known fact in the Middle East is that Arabs make up 20% of the population of Israel. That is 3% more than Hispanics in the United States and 7% more than African Americans in the United States. All … Continue reading

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Help for White Men

By now it is semi-old news that the death rates of white middle aged males in the United States is climbing. A recent study that analyzed the data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and other sources done … Continue reading

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